School of Allied Health - Music Therapy
Fir Building, room FR101
Music Therapist Accredited (MTA), Canadian Association for Music Therapists, 2010.
BA (Music Therapy), Capilano University, 2004.
Jazz Studies Diploma, Capilano College, 2001.
Camilla Schroeder (BA, Capilano University) is a certified music therapist (MTA) who teaches Guitar Private Music Instruction in the Music Therapy program. She also works as a music therapist in long-term care, supervises practicum and internship students regularly, and has contributed to the profession as a board member with the Music Therapy Association of BC.
Schroeder has recorded a number of albums. She is currently working on a research project examining the impact of music therapy on seniors with the support of the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority.
I teach guitar to music therapy students who are often at the beginning of their guitar learning journey. I bring a wealth of clinical and musicianship experience to my practical teaching approach.
Students appreciate my ability to link their guitar learning with repertoire and improvisation needs in a way that naturally carries over to their work with clients in a variety of settings. My supportive approach to musicianship is informed by my more than a decade and a half of experience offering music therapy services to my clients.